What Super Bowl foods make the game special? Barack Obama admitted last week to being a “guac fanatic,” even preferring it over wings. But does the UP community share our Commander-in-chief’s gameday snack preferences?More
“It’s getting late! Don’t you think you should get to bed?” my father asked, poking his head into my bedroom. When I was 15 years old, this happened a couple times each week. A decade and a half later, and what’s changed? Not much actually. My tendency to stay up late continues, but what’s different is the nudge. Instead of my father intervening, my nudges now come from an intelligent system called Smart Coach.More
DROP by Jawbone is a music app that elevates the social music experience to a whole new level — it plays an endless mix of music based on your favorite songs on Spotify or Rdio, takes requests from your friends via Twitter, and constantly adapts to ensure everyone hears music that they’ll enjoy. Since we released DROP last October, it’s been used in countless parties and offices all over the world.More
Ahead of the imminent hustle and bustle of CES, I wanted to share our view on the Internet of Things, as seen from our unique vantage point here at Jawbone. In the last 12 months, we’ve seen countless new products unveiled – watches, trackers, clothes, smart gadgets for the home, self-driving cars – and undoubtedly this week will reveal many more. We salute all of the innovation, as this is how new great consumer experiences are born. But it’s always important to build products and services that solve real user problems – whether people are already seeking a solution to a problem, or they discover that they can’t live without a product after it has been presented to them.